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Dr. Eric Topol, a cardiologist at the Scripps Research Institute, disputed that rosy assessment. "The president is mentally very sharp, very intact", Jackson said. Higher numbers indicate the development of coronary artery disease, which could lead to unsafe blockages in the heart. Jackson said Trump encouraged him to speak with reporters about the physical, and to take every question they had.
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    White House physician releases official report with details of presidents exam

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    Were they hoping for AIDS, Hepatitis C, necrotizing fasciitis, or anything to further denigrate this presidency? "I have no concerns about his cognitive ability ", Dr. The Emmy Award-winning chief medical correspondent reported that Trump's heart scan score has also continued to increase since 2009. Because the President doesn't smoke or drink and "appears to have good genes", according to Jackson, he has been able to avoid the classic symptoms of heart disease .
  • Following Reported 'Shithole' Comments, Trump Insists He's Not a Racist

    Following Reported 'Shithole' Comments, Trump Insists He's Not a Racist

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    Trump has been accused of using the word " shithole " to describe African countries during an Oval Office meeting Thursday with a bipartisan group of six senators, according to people briefed on the conversation . 'He said 'Put me down for wanting more Europeans to come to this country. Others, including Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) and Sen. "When Dick Durbin called me I had tears of rage when I heard about this experience in this meeting", Booker told her.
  • N. Korea given the nod to join Winter Games

    N. Korea given the nod to join Winter Games

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    Pyongyang previously announced on the morning of January 19 that it planned to send a six-member delegation including Samjiyon performance group director Hyon Song-wol to South Korea on January 20 to conduct a preliminary review for North Korean performers scheduled to appear in a celebratory performance at the Games.
  • German election would further harm SPD, Schulz warns

    German election would further harm SPD, Schulz warns

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    Mrs Merkel has ruled out forming a minority government, which means that rejection tomorrow by the SPD would nearly certainly trigger another election and questions... A year after they signed up with the SPD in their thousands, they feel betrayed that Schulz, rather than ending Merkel's political career, wants to extend it.
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    Trump's doctor has "no concerns" about US President's health

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    Rachel Bond of Lenox Hill Hospital in NY. In the case of Trump, a new score of 133 reveals there has been a steady build-up of plaque in his blood vessels, indicating moderate heart disease . Trump has kept up that tough talk in the White House - whether in dealing with Congress, talking to foreign leaders or laying out his views on everything from trade to military spending to the wall.
  • 48% of Americans think Trump's 'shithole' remarks were racist

    48% of Americans think Trump's 'shithole' remarks were racist

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    U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told African envoys Thursday that "Africa is very important for the United States", but she didn't apologize for President Donald Trump's vulgar comment about the continent as they had demanded, the chair of the African Group said.
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    The five-time Super Bowl winning Quarterback injured it in practice on Wednesday, didn't take part in Thursday training and was only a limited participant on Friday. According to NFL.com, Brady was able to zing the ball pretty well in practice on Friday, which seems to indicate that he hasn't lost any zip on his passes.
  • Haitians Gather Outside US Embassy To Protest Trump's Words

    Haitians Gather Outside US Embassy To Protest Trump's Words

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    If you want a more vocal defense, you need look no further than the man I personally had hoped to see win the GOP nomination in 2016. He made the denial to White House press pool reporters at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach in Florida on Sunday night.
  • A look back at Melania's first year

    A look back at Melania's first year

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    In essence, the President - who once referred to the West Wing as "a dump" before it underwent a series of renovations in August - sees the residence as his real Oval Office. "Rocketman is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime", Trump had said. Throughout the first year of his presidency, Trump's popularity and approval rating have hovered in 30s.
  • Pakistan Violates Ceasefire For Third Consecutive Day Along The LoC

    Pakistan Violates Ceasefire For Third Consecutive Day Along The LoC

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    Indian army soldiers are also retaliating to Pakistan's ceasefire violation . Rai was injured during retaliation and succumbed to his injuries at the military hospital here. The soldier has been identified as Mandeep Singh. They have been hospitalised. On the Indian side, Pakistan rangers targeted villages along the border from Chenab river (Akhnoor) to RS Pura throughout the night, news agency PTI quoting a Border Security Force (BSF) officer said.
  • McCarthy: Democrats Are Engaging in a Temper Tantrum With This Shutdown

    McCarthy: Democrats Are Engaging in a Temper Tantrum With This Shutdown

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    Although the House and Senate were in session Saturday, it was unclear whether lawmakers would take any votes of effect. By about 7pm both chambers resigned themselves to failure and agreed to resume work on Sunday. "It's impossible to negotiate with a constantly moving target". The deadline to unlock short-term funding expired on Friday midnight. A pile of unfinished Capitol Hill business has been on hold, first as Republicans ironed out last autumn's tax bill and now as Democrats ...
  • Government shuts down after negotiations fail

    Government shuts down after negotiations fail

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    In the hours leading up to the vote, Senate Democrats warned they would filibuster a four-week extension, the government-wide funding bill that cleared the House Thursday evening. Recriminations have begun over the failure of the US Senate to pass a new budget and prevent the shutdown of many federal services. We made some progress, but we still have a good number of disagreements.
  • Turpin family 'cult-like' says psychiatrist

    Turpin family 'cult-like' says psychiatrist

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    When authorities arrived at the house on Muir Woods Road, they discovered a scene straight out of a nightmare . At a news conference Thursday, Riverside County District Attorney Michael Hestrin detailed the children's living conditions.
  • Mother of California 'house of horrors' from Princeton

    Mother of California 'house of horrors' from Princeton

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    A handful of readers have mentioned notable tragedies in the past - including that of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, who died in 2013 - but instead of targeting systemic lapses, they cite a collective failure on the part of neighbors and everyday passersby to take action.
  • More snow and ice forecast for Donegal

    More snow and ice forecast for Donegal

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    The heavy falls of snow dissipated relatively quickly, lodging only on higher grounds, but the sharp drop in temperatures have resulted in conditions on roadways and underfoot being rather perilous. "That is the case for both Saturday and Sunday". Galway could be set for a dramatic change in temperature. . "Unfortunately, this may lead to some flooding as the snow melts".
  • Turkey Announced the Offensive Against the Syrian City of Afrin

    Turkey Announced the Offensive Against the Syrian City of Afrin

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    But the cross-border barrage increased last week and in Ankara , Turkish Defence Minister Nurettin Canikli said the " de facto " military operation had begun. Ankara considers the YPG a terrorist group for its links to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Although the FSA has received American financial assistance, the group has fought against the US -backed Syrian Kurds as Turkey's ally, prompting a falling out between the rebels and the United States .
  • US urges Turkey to remain focused on Daesh, not attack Syria's Afrin

    US urges Turkey to remain focused on Daesh, not attack Syria's Afrin

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    However, officials earlier said Russian Federation would not involve itself in the conflict. Whether the semantics will be enough to head off the threatened Turkish assault on the Kurdish enclave of Afrin is unclear, however. "All the killed and wounded people, who have been sent to hospitals, are members of terrorist groups", the statement asserted. Russia's foreign ministry says it is concerned by news of the offensive , and is urging restraint.
  • Two Koreas to march together at Winter Olympics opening ceremony — IOC

    Two Koreas to march together at Winter Olympics opening ceremony — IOC

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    He said he hoped the Olympics would "open the world for a brighter future on the Korean peninsula". During an era of detente in the 2000s, their athletes marched together in the opening and closing ceremonies of nine global sporting events, including the 2000 Sydney Olympics, but they failed to produce a joint team.
  • Trump says his words on immigration were misrepresented by 'Senator Dicky Durbin'

    Trump says his words on immigration were misrepresented by 'Senator Dicky Durbin'

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    Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) ― is to be believed on what was said at last week's hotly contested meeting regarding immigration with President Donald Trump at the White House . These are familiar themes, of course: the vulgarity, the racially-charged comments, the notion that Trump changes his mind based on the last person he's spoken to are tropes you could apply to half the big news from the a year ago.
  • Some Very Good Dogs Are Out Supporting The Women's March

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    Six-year-old Mia Tardivo joined her parents and thousands of other people Saturday in downtown Cleveland for the city's Woman's March while holding a sign that proclaimed: "I can be president". Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, D-N.Y., and Sen. The rallies are also being held just hours after the US government shutdown following a failed vote by the Senate to pass a temporary spending bill to keep federal agencies funded .
  • UK Prime Minister DEFENDS Trump, Praises 'Commitment' to USA — WATCH

    UK Prime Minister DEFENDS Trump, Praises 'Commitment' to USA — WATCH

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    In response to an invasion of privacy claim, McNamara wrote "Not only is this claim meritless; it is non-existent". Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa May defended President Trump over the weekend, shutting down rumors surrounding his "mental health" and saying he's simply working on behalf of the people of the United States.
  • DHS Secretary Nielsen Beneath Oath: 'I Did Not Hear That Phrase Used'

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    He was openly described that way on one of the most popular daytime TV programs in the country. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said: "The president hasn't said he didn't use strong language". 'I did not hear that word used, no sir, ' she responded. "As you know , it's a very complicated issue, building the wall, for a whole variety of reasons".
  • Controversial book 'Fire and Fury' sells out in Austin

    Controversial book 'Fire and Fury' sells out in Austin

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    President Donald Trump slammed reports questioning his mental stability in a series of tweets Saturday morning, writing he's a "very stable genius". President Donald Trump is praising a major Republican donor family for distancing themselves from his former adviser Steve Bannon.
  • Government Shuts Down After Senate Votes Down GOP Spending Bill

    Government Shuts Down After Senate Votes Down GOP Spending Bill

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    Saturday's shutdown is only the fourth government closure in 25 years. "Tomorrow marks a year to the day President Trump took the oath of office on the Capitol steps", Schumer said . The White House issued a statement blaming Senate Democrats for blocking a bill to avert a shutdown and said it would not negotiate on immigration, a key demand of Democrats.
  • Social Media Outraged by Government Shutdown

    Social Media Outraged by Government Shutdown

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    They think this is their best shot politically to force Trump's hand to provide certainty to some 800,000 immigrants who arrived in the US without authorization when they were children . Republicans went on to retake control of the Senate in the 2014 midterm elections . McConnell set the vote on the proposal at 10 p.m. "Leader McConnell has found that out".
  • Trump Celebrates Women's March: 'Lowest Female Unemployment in 18 Years!'

    Trump Celebrates Women's March: 'Lowest Female Unemployment in 18 Years!'

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    Los Angeles is expected to draw one of the largest crowds. Similar marches and rallies were taking place across the country. Gov. Cuom, Mayor de Blasio, and others also attended. Last year, thousands marched at the Park City, Utah, event, led by comedian Chelsea Handler. "Our place is in City Hall". Not in one of those cities? In New York City , an electrified crowd - estimated at more than 120,000 people - stretched for some 20 blocks.
  • MLK's nephew, Isaac Farris Jr., still says Trump is not a racist

    MLK's nephew, Isaac Farris Jr., still says Trump is not a racist

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    The head of the influential Congressional Hispanic Caucus expressed her opposition to the bipartisan Senate deal, although she said she had not seen its text and noted it had some positive aspects. He painted many Mexican immigrants as rapist and criminals. " President Trump brought everyone to the table this week and listened to both sides".
  • Donald Trump denies being a racist after offensive comments

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    As the firestorm over Trump's comment began late last week, the White House and Trump's National Security Council provided no guidance to the State Department about what to say to foreign countries who were incensed, said a USA official familiar with the conversations between the White House and other federal agencies.
  • Unified Korean Olympic Team to march at Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

    Unified Korean Olympic Team to march at Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

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    They believe that it is unfair that South Korean athletes are unable to compete in the Games due to political motives, despite qualifying for events. The IOC will use the pool list to issue invitations to Russian athletes to compete in Pyeongchang, after checking their record of drug testing and retesting some samples they gave previously.
  • Tyronn Lue Upset With Players on Cleveland Cavaliers for Recent Play

    Tyronn Lue Upset With Players on Cleveland Cavaliers for Recent Play

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    Batum was added to make the money right in the hypothetical deal but he is more than just a throw-in. Regardless, when the season is over, it'll register as a win and, more importantly, it snaps a four-game skid with a second straight Western Conference heavyweight coming to Cleveland .
  • Syria denies Turkey informed it of 'brutal' Afrin attack

    Syria denies Turkey informed it of 'brutal' Afrin attack

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    Erdogan was quoted by Anadolu news agency as saying on Saturday that the operation in Afrin would be followed by a push in the northern Syrian town of Manbij. He said Turkish artillery would continuing to shell the region. "The sudden and unjustified threats of offensive operations from Turkey into Afrin, Syria, threatens to breathe new life into IS", the statement noted.
  • White House slams Democrats as 'obstructionist losers'

    White House slams Democrats as 'obstructionist losers'

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    WASHINGTON , DC - FEBRUARY 6: The U.S. Capitol is seen February 6, 2017 in Washington, DC. "This Schumer Shutdown is absolutely ridiculous", said Sen. Social Security and most other safety net programs are unaffected by the lapse in federal spending authority as they are covered by mandatory spending.
  • Syrian Kurdish YPG says Turkish warplanes bomb Afrin

    Syrian Kurdish YPG says Turkish warplanes bomb Afrin

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    Turkey's president has warned of imminent military offensives on two Kurdish-held areas in northern Syria, as tanks and troops mass on the border. "The weakening of the region with artillery fire is under way". But allowing Turkey to pummel Afrin would rob Russian Federation of its leverage over the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), the dominant Kurdish force that is the US-led coalition's top partner in Syria, and upend the delicate balance that allows Russian Federation to ...
  • Turkey paves way for offensive with artillery bombardment

    Turkey paves way for offensive with artillery bombardment

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    Turkey reacted angrily to the announcement. On January 20, Yildirim said that Turkish warplanes have bombed YPG, PYD targets in the Syrian city of Afrin. Tillerson said the "entire situation has been mis-portrayed, mis-described, some people misspoke". He said the force was aimed at "monitoring unpopulated areas east toward the border where there has been freedom of maneuver by ISIS fighters attempting to flee".
  • Operation in Syria's Afrin has begun - Recep Erdogan

    Operation in Syria's Afrin has begun - Recep Erdogan

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    Erdogan said that all Kurdish armed groups "are all the same" and that changing their names "does not change the fact that they are terror organisations". The Turkish Defense Minister said that the operation was "de facto" underway. "So nobody can object if we do what is necessary", said Mr Erdogan, referring to past American assurances that the YPG would move out of Afrin.